26 November 2015

Comparison of Various Notehand Editions

I compiled this chart showing the identical (or similar) paragraphs/units that are found between the various Notehand texts.

17 November 2015

Gregg and other shorthand books from Openlibrary

Here are some books that can be borrowed from Openlibrary. Some of you may be aware of this site. But for those few searching souls that st...

13 November 2015

Forkner Shorthand

For those shorthand history enthusiasts: Here is Forkner shorthand manual: http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015082133714;view=...

08 November 2015

Rough Notes for a Gaming Adventure

This was written in a college-ruled notebook and contains some rough notes for an adventure I'm working on called The Death Cult:  http:...

03 November 2015

NaNoWriMo

Just curious... is there anyone doing NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month)... in shorthand ?  Does anyone find it faster to write this ...

01 November 2015

Dictation Records Converted to MP3's

This is another effort for the "shorthand preservation society":  I spent last week converting shorthand records to mp3 format, so...

Confessions of a Man Who Doesn't Own a Dog

This small essay written in Anniversary appeared in the November 1936 issue of The Gregg Writer. Attachment: confessions-of-a-man-who-doe...

The Law of Success

This article penned by Mr. Henry Ford that originally appeared in the Dearborn Independent was written in Pre-Anniversary for the November 1...

Brighter than the Sun

This technical article written in Pre-Anniversary (1916) about scientific advances (in the late 1920s) to study light in the laboratory appe...

Chemical Shorthand

These two articles with suggestions on writing chemical terminology appeared in the October and November 1928 issues of The Gregg Writer. ...

The Thirty-Sixth Anniversary

This story written in Simplified appeared in the November 1950 issue of Today's Secretary. Attachment: the-thirty-sixth-anniversary.p...

Penmanship Practice - November 2015

Penmanship Practice - November 2015 From the November 1950 issue of Today's Secretary. Click here for a full view.